• Leave room for a suitable fur coat or other clothing in the closet. Never leave a fur coat or other valuable coat in a plastic bag.
• Your fur coat also needs proper air circulation; use cloth bags when moving fur into or out of the refrigerator.
• The smell of moths and cedar balls is usually on the fur and produces an unpleasant smell.
• Unless you have a very delicate fur like a chinchilla, your fur hat is quite durable and must be handled according to common sense. Fur likes cold and hates high temperature. They don't like friction or chemicals. They like space and need cleaning. – However, only fur professionals can use it.
• Give it a good home. Make sure the hat is stored in a closet that is free from light (discoloration against fur) or high temperatures. Make sure it has room to breathe and is not squeezed by other clothing.
• Avoid using pesticides, anti-decomposers and other chemicals on your fur, including perfumes, hair sprays and cosmetics. The perfume contains alcohol to dry the fur. Once the perfume gets into your fur, including cedar in a cedar wooden box, it stays there.
• If the fur gets wet, don't panic. Most furs can easily handle snow and light rain. Shake and dry in a well-ventilated room. Avoid the temptation to use a hair dryer or fast drying process near a heat source.
• Remember that fur does not like heating. Once dry, you can shake it again. If your hair looks a bit bristle, comb or brush gently. However, if your fur is soaked, immediately place it at the fur retailer for proper disposal.
• In the off-season, there is no harm in professionally placing your fur hat in your local fur shop. This is optional, but it will ensure that your hat stays in good shape during the warmer months.
• If your fur hat becomes dirty, use a professional fur cleaner to clean it. In addition to cleaning, this also takes care of your fur. Varnishing is the process of replenishing oil to maintain the life of the fur. If you find that your hat needs to be reorganized, consider bringing its hat to the glass window.
• Brown and leather are difficult to clean. It is recommended that you clean your suede professionally. However, if light dirt is not bad, there are some steps you can take: • Wipe suede with a clean, dry towel-Always wipe suede in one direction.
• Use a pencil eraser to gently remove stains or marks.
• Brush suede with a suede brush with a hard and soft bristle with a wire insert (most stores sell this suede shoe in the footwear area).
Will my fur be damaged when exposed to water or rain?
-Light rain or snow will not hurt your fur.
-Fur goods can withstand winter weather such as snow or sleet, but cannot be immersed in water when exposed to heavy rain. Light rain or heavy snow will not hurt your fur, instead fur can be air-dried to restore its natural beauty.
How do I clean fur products?
-Spot cleaning with soap and warm water is perfect for small stains and odors.
-Cleaning fur can be a very difficult process because fur is very precious.
-Washing the spots with soap and warm water is perfect for small stains and odors.
-Tough stains and heavier cleaning requirements may need to be done by an expert.
-Any local fur shop dealing with fur products or a local dry cleaner who is familiar with fur cleaning can use it.
-The fur should not be dry, only air-dried.